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EUTERPE BY JOSE LUIS MUÑOZ LUQUE The "Giver of delight", one of the Muses, she was the muse of music. Later she was named muse of lyric poetry and was depicted holding a flute.

Uzume The Japanese Shinto goddess of joy and happiness, called the Daughter of Heaven and Heaven's Forthright Female. Her name means "whirling". She is also the goddess of good health, which people obtain from drinking the blessed water of her stream. When the sun goddess Amaterasu had hidden herself in a cave, thus covering the earth in darkness and infertility, it was Uzume who brought her back. With her provokAme no Uzume - Shinto Goddess of Mirth, Dawn and Dance - Archival Art Print 8.5…

Uzume The Japanese Shinto goddess of joy and happiness, called the Daughter of…

Akeso (Aceso) - the goddess of healing (wounds) and curing (illness); unlike her sister Panakeia she represented the process of a curing rather than the cure itself

Akeso (Aceso) - the goddess of healing (wounds) and curing (illness); unlike her sister Panakeia she represented the process of a curing rather than the cure itself - previous pinner

Orochi - a creature of Japanese mythology described as having eight heads and tails, and it is so long that it covers eight valleys and hills, while its back is constantly covered in clubmoss, Japanese cypress and Japanese cedar.

Orochi - a creature of Japanese mythology described as having eight heads and tails, and it is so long that it covers eight valleys and hills, while its back is constantly covered in clubmoss, Japanese cypress and Japanese cedar.

Nu Gua The Chinese creator goddess who created the first humans from yellow earth, after Heaven and Earth had separated. Since this process was too tedious and time-consuming she dipped a rope into mud and then swung it about her. Soon the earth around her was covered with lumps of mud. The handmade figurines became the wealthy and the noble; those that arose from the splashes of mud were the poor and the common.

Nu Gua The Chinese creator goddess who created the first humans from yellow earth, after Heaven and Earth had separated. Since this process was too tedious and time-consuming she dipped a rope into mud and then swung it about her. Soon the earth.